In this newsletter:
- Partnership with WTBQ
- Harness Races & Craft Fair – 9/5
- Upcoming Networking Breakfast – 9/15
- September Mixer – 9/23
- Women in Business Month
- New & Renewing Members
- Member Spotlight
- Fond Farewell
- Board of Director Nominations
- Going to Goshen Maps
New Partnership with WTBQ Radio
Going to Goshen Radio Show
The Goshen Chamber of Commerce has a radio show, ‘Going to Goshen’, every Monday from 12:30pm – 1:00pm on WTBQ. This is a fabulous member benefit, let us know if you would like to be interviewed on the radio.
On Monday, Sept. 6, 2021, Jennifer Martin, principal of Goshen High School will be joining us. Visit WTBQ.com to listen live.
Harness Races and Craft Fair
Join us September 5th at the Goshen Historic Track for a family fun day.
Gates open at 11:00am. There will be a craft fair, face painting, plenty of food, and Harness Racing beginning at 1pm. The Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame will also be open to the public.
We are looking forward to a fabulous event.
Upcoming Networking Breakfast
Sept. 15 at The Lodge at Thomas Bull Memorial Park
Speaker: Deborah Heppes
Deputy Superintendent of Orange Ulster BOCES – Technical Career Training
Sponsor: Atlas Security & J. Hoffman Insurance
The Lodge at Thomas Bull Memorial Park
211 NY-416, Montgomery, NY 12549
Sept. 23 at Pine Island Tap House
You won’t want to miss our next mixer
at the beautiful and recently restored
Pine Island Tap House nestled in the Black Dirt Region of Pine Island.
Come enjoy local craft beers and ciders and light refreshments from around the Hudson Valley with members of the
local business community.
Women in Business Month
October is right around the corner, and we are hosting a fabulous celebration of Women in Business on October 13th at Thomas Bull Memorial Park at the Lodge.
We start the day with a leadership panel which includes;
Jennifer Martin, Principal GSCD
Brittany Johnson, SERVPRO of Orange County
Stephanie Johnson, LEGOLAND NY
Shannon Kelly, CEO Catholic Charities
Kelly Naughton, Esq. , Burke, Miele, Golden & Naughton LLP
After the leadership panel, we will have round table discussion from subject matter experts. Miss New York, Sydney Park is the closing keynote.
Welcome New and Returning Members
We appreciate your membership!
Orange County District Attorney Office
Cornerstone Theatre Arts
Did you miss last weeks Member Spotlight in the Goshen Indy??!
Goshen Green Farm is a local farm and market focused on building community through food, art, and education.
Owner, Susan Hillary, started the farm in 2010 and opened the market and food truck in August 2020 during the pandemic to provide outdoor eating and a small market. What makes Goshen Green Farm different? It is owned and run primarily by women and is focused on art, yoga and outdoor living.
The greenhouse and farm market offer freshly picked organic produce and herbs which are grown using permaculture techniques and raised beds. They offer products including teas, herbs, hot sauces, candy, creams, honey, and maple syrup. Weekly CSA (community sponsored agriculture) baskets brimming with freshly picked produce are also available.
In addition to shopping the market, guests are encouraged to come eat, explore, and enjoy the property. The food truck offers brunch, including fresh pasta prepared by our Tuscan chef Enrico. Yoga on the farm with Kelly Kamm is offered Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10-11.
Our Board President, Amy VanAmburgh, is stepping down as Board president and relocating out of state. We wish Amy a bright future in her new home and thank her for her years of service to the Goshen community.
Kristen O’Donnell of Lanc & Tully Engineering will be stepping up to fill the role of Goshen Chamber of Commerce Board President.
The Goshen Chamber of Commerce is actively looking for members to step up and consider being part of the Board of Directors. This is a volunteer role made up of those that work or live within the Town and Village of Goshen. All applicants must be members of the Chamber. BOD members volunteer their time and are expected attend monthly meetings and other board –sponsored events serve to the Goshen Chamber of Commerce and its business community. If you are interested in being considered, please send a brief letter of intent to email@example.com.
Going to Goshen Maps
Going to Goshen maps are now available. They have been distributed to local hotels and downtown businesses.
If you want some maps, stop by the GCOC office.
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